AHP readers may be interested in a new journal that has just released its first issue: Awry, Journal of Critical Psychology. Awry is an “open-access, peer reviewed academic journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for critical scholars dedicated to interrogating the economic, social, political, and environmental dimensions of psychological research and practice.” Details below.
“Critical Psychology in an Age of Uncertainty,” Michael Arfken.
“Psychology Through Critical Auto-Ethnography: Instituting Education,” Ian Parker.
“Disrupting Androcentrism in Social Psychology Textbooks : A Call for Critical Reflexivity,” Meghan George, Susannah Mulvale, Tal Davidson, Jacy Young, Alexandra Rutherford.
“The Reproduction of Compliant Labour Power Through (Re)Constitution of the Child and Adult Subject: Critical Knowledge-Work,” David Fryer, Charles Marley, Rose Stambe.
“Understanding and Theorizing the Pursuit of Intersubjective Recognition,” Peiwei Li, Tyler Banks.
“The Influence of Critical Consciousness-Based Education on Identity Content and Perceptions of Sexism,” Nia Phillips.
“What Do Young Brazilian Students Think About Socialism? Class-Consciousness Past, Present and Future,” Antonio Euzébios Filho, Raquel Souza Lobo Guzzo.
Reviews: “Psychology Through Critical Auto-Ethnography: Academic Discipline, Professional Practice and Reflexive History by Ian Parker,” Emese Ilyes.